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What is UIL?

UIL (University Interscholastic League) is an opportunity for students to compete in academic areas.   Events are offered by grade level and there are several to choose from.  Want to learn more UIL?  Click here to go to the official website.

Register Here

Registration is an online digital form.  If you need a paper copy, please email or call 817-698-1889. Please include your child's full name and homeroom teacher.

Registration is open now and closes January 14th. Practices will be starting the week of January 17th.

Competition Friday, March 4

This year's UIL Competition will be held on campus during the school day.  PVE Hawks will be competing against other elementary students in our Northwest High School feeder pattern.  Results will be sent to our district coordinators and results are usually announced the following week.  All events are closed to spectators and parents.

Contest Name Grade Coach(es) Practice Day and Time Location Try-Out Date
Art 4, 5 Tooke Fridays 7:20-7:40 Library  
Creative Writing 2 Dodt Tuesdays 7:15-7:40 Room 512  
Music Memory 2, 3, 4, 5 Torres Tuesdays 7:15-7:40 Room 510  
Oral Reading 4, 5 Waters Wednesdays 7:15-7:40 Room 306  
Spelling 3, 4, 5 Williams and Guerrero Fridays 7:15-7:40 Meet at Maze/Jump Path  
Story Telling 2 Ganillo Thursdays 7:15-7:40 Room 204  
Story Telling 3 Ramirez, Johnson


7:15-7:40 Room 507  

Contest Information

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: There is an event my child has previously participated in but is not listed.  Can my child join an event not offered?

A: If an event is not listed above, is not being offered this year.  We hope to have these events return next year!

Q: How many kids can be on a team?

A: Any number of kids can join a team!  But only 3 can compete (5 for Art and Music).   In the event of more than 3 kids per team, try-outs will be held to determine which 3 kids will compete.

Q: My child wants to do EVERYTHING!  Can she compete in more than one event?

A: Elementary UIL Rules state that a child may only compete in one event.  If your child is interested in more than one event, have her come to the first meeting of each practice.  The coaches will be talking about the events and how the competition works.  This can help your child decide which one she is most interested in!

Q: My child is sick or quarantined!  Can she still participate in UIL?

A: Yes! In fact, students that practice and study at home on their own perform best in competitions!  Coaches are planning for short morning practices with opportunities for continued practice at home.  Please do notify your child' coach of absences as attendance is used to determine competition eligibility when more than 3 kids are on a team (*5 for music and art).  


Registration, T-Shirts, Event Info:  Jennifer Casey,, 817-698-1889

Practice Info, Try-Outs, Study Materials: Event Coach